Aslıhan DOĞRU -TDO- The fires, which started at different points along the north-south line along the eastern border of the state of California in the United States and have been extinguished for days, pose a threat to the areas where the houses are located.
The fire, which started in the north of the state, is increasing its impact, while efforts to extinguish wildfires in the west are in full swing.
So far, 67 homes have been completely destroyed by wildfires, while around 2,000 have been evacuated.
Due to the difficulty of the fire brigade in the area to reach the wooded area, the extinguishing efforts are continuing with difficulty.
The Dixie fire, which started near the Nevada border in California, has been extinguished for 12 days and the Tamarack fire for 22 days.
A fire emergency has also been declared in California's Plumas, Alphine, Butte, and Lassen counties, and Nevada's Douglas area.
The Bootleg fire in Oregon, the largest wildfire in the U.S., has also been raging for 20 days.
The Alder Greek fire, which has been extinguished for 18 days in the state of Montana, has damaged about 3,000 hectares and more than 200 homes.